Auntie Fee Taken Off Life Support After Heart Attack, Dies at 59

YouTube star Auntie Fee dead at 59

Auntie Fee, whose YouTube tutorials on cooking affordable, delicious meals, has passed away.

"We were first told by Fee's nephew, Sosten Price, and sister, Ayesha, that the 59-year-old died Tuesday after the medical emergency". O'Dell's son, Tavis Hunter, confirmed her tragic passing in an announcement on Facebook. While initial reports said she had passed away that day, it was later revealed that she was actually on life support. "Thank you for all the prayers and hope, It did all it can do and now god made the decision to take my mother home where its peace & Joy and im okay with that", he wrote.

O'Dell, who also went by the name Chef Sista Girl, went viral online in 2014 after posting her cooking demonstrations on YouTube, gaining more than half a million subscribers to her channel. Her "dumb good mac 'n cheese" and "good a- chicken" videos were well received by her almost half a million YouTube subscribers.

Auntie Fee, a South L.A. homemaker who became an Internet sensation for her foul mouth and fried food recipes, has died, according to a family member.

One of her most popular videos, which teaches you how to make a meal for seven people with just $3.35 in less than five minutes, has been viewed over 2 million times.

"She can finally Be happy", he continued.

She parlayed her YouTube fame into guest appearances on shows like Steve Harvey and Jimmy Kimmel Live.

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